20 percent of US households think landline phones are an important telecom choice

The predicted death of the household landline telephone in the United States may be premature, according to a new RAND Corporation study. Twenty percent of the nation's households still view having a landline or fixed telephone as the most important of their telecommunications choices, according to a survey that queried consumers about their telephone and internet preferences.But mobile telephones now dominate communications options for most people, as is often assumed by media and advertising.

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